A graduate is a fixed-term, entry-level position offered by mining companies to University or TAFE graduates (typically those who have graduated in the last few years), for one to two years, and is designed to ease the process of going from full-time study into the workforce.
Following completion of a Graduate Program, companies may transition graduates to fill permanent positions, as they bring with them an already strong understanding of the business and its workplace culture, with a broad range of experience across the organisation, and a demonstrated commitment to its values.
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Northern Star’s Graduate Program is a multi-discipline two-year tenure which aims to ensure that individuals understand the Company’s operational model. Training is divided into two sections: general and discipline specific components. Disciplines include Mining Engineering, Geotechnical Engineering, Survey, Geology and Metallurgy.
Graduates who successfully complete the Program will have the opportunity to become future department managers and technical experts for not only Northern Star, but the wider industry.
Gold Fields’ Graduate Program offers tailored mentoring, technical development, open-pit or underground experience and role specific training with an annual graduate and biannual vacation student intake.
The newly developed and centralised Graduate Program enables the Graduate to rotate through each of the Gold Fields sites to ensure the broadest exposure possible in their Graduate Program.
Gold Fields is looking for is graduates in Mining Engineering, Geotechnical Engineering, Process Control Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Geology, Metallurgy, Community Relations, OHS, Survey and Environment.
AngloGold Ashanti Australia offers 2-year structured graduate programmes, based on best practice within the career paths associated with each discipline and provide opportunities to work at both our open pit and underground mines. Programmes are tailored to match your career interest with our business opportunities, developing your technical capability under the mentorship of experienced professionals while also developing you as a leader. As a graduate, you complete real work while we support your development and career progression.
Evolution Mining’s two-year structured Program develops Graduates by building your knowledge base, skills and experience across the business, and placing you into a meaningful role at the end of the Program, with a desire to see you as future leaders of the business.
Following a two-year structure, the development program provides the opportunity to learn on the job via an individual development plan, curated to ensure you have exposure to relevant and exciting tasks, are able to take ownership of real work and projects all the while making a valuable contribution to Evolution Mining.
Ramelius Resources have graduate roles for the disciplines Geologists, Mining and Engineers.
Norton Gold Fields offers a graduate program that focuses on building technical skills through on-the-job learning and coaching by professional and technical experts.
The Graduate Program is a two-year development journey, where each graduate will be assigned a mentor and each member can expect to undergo formal and informal training to develop their technical, managerial and administrative skills.
The Graduate Program streams (disciplines) include: Environmental Science, Geology, Geotechnical Engineering, Human Resources – Generalist, Mine Surveying, Mining Engineering, Occupational, and Health & Safety.
Westgold invite Graduates to take the step from study to the workplace in an inclusive environment supported by a wealth of knowledge from our Technical Professionals. Our programs are catered to the needs and motivational factors of the Graduate in addition to business needs within our Group. With the unique ability to expose Graduates to multiple projects and mining/extraction methods, our Graduates are provided with a well-rounded start to their mining careers.
Graduate disciplines include Mining Engineering, Geology, Survey and Metallurgy.
The Regis Resources Graduate Program is a 2-year career development initiative designed to provide you with invaluable site-based, hands-on mining industry experience in your chosen field of study.
Based at the Company’s Duketon Operations, working on an 8:6 fly-in, fly-out (FIFO) roster, graduates will receive unparalleled role and industry-related training, while enjoying close mentoring and coaching from supervisors and peers.
Graduate disciplines include Mine Engineering, Metallurgy, Geology and Surveying.
SMS Mining Services, as Principal Sponsor of the WA School of Mines Alumni, collaborates with the school to find appropriate employment opportunities for new graduates, which includes Mining Engineering, Geology and Mechanical Engineering, and are open to applications from all Australian universities across varied disciplines.
A key aspect of the Program is access to mentoring, with graduates given the chance to make a difference in active projects and forge a genuine career path within the industry.
The National Exploration Undercover School (NExUS) is a summer program (commencing 22 November to 12 December) for the next generation of Australian exploration geologists and is administered through the University of Adelaide. Delivered by key figures in industry, government and academia, NExUS participants are exposed to leading exploration concepts and technology to face the challenges of effective exploration through post-mineralisation cover.
The course consists of workshops, interactive lectures and hands-on activities both in the field and in the classroom, with evening networking events with senior representatives from industry and professional organisations. Students at undergraduate or postgraduate level from any university across Australia and recent industry and government employees in the sector can apply to be part of the 3-week program. Applications are now open for the 2020 program and close on 31 July.